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some punches over michigan becoming a right-to-work state, many unions, making sure the other 26 states do not follow. that does not mean that unions have given up on michigan and maybe ball the governor who put this, does wisconsin ring a bell? that is not a surprise. but what is a surprise how they are doing it. this could be the union equivalent of the pledge by enforced by louder and stronger guys. they have no issue, a pledge not to break up unions. never md this threatens businesses coming to their state or hiring more workers in their state, a lot figure out if they are not union workers, maybe they are knol not real workers,s such edstupid, and dangerous. do you want to know my biggest worry for the new year? it is not a cliff, i think will pass, stubborn politicians see the night. it is be on i union bosses who e their own members because they are fuse on see the light. why not stop? >> why not, because the essence of what we need in the economy is build rebuild, and preserve a stable middle class, after world war ii, strong union, businesses who understood value of a well paid
. the president's ultimatum driving has off that cliff. the "a-team" weighs in. michigan infamous documentarian, michael more is back, and he is angry, as always. if you plan to be part of is next movie, you had better be a union member. a low unemployment rate to a highumber of unemployed. what is going on with this economy? and what happens next year? former cbo director joins us next. ♪ lou: joining us now, the former director of the congressional budget office, former commissioner of the financial crisis inquiry commission, how many shows can brag that we have had two members of the commission on the same night and, as well, president o the american action form. pretend you're. >> thanks. lou: fighting words in washington. the speaker today actually said these words. the president has adopted a deliberate strategy to a slow walk our economy right to the edge of the fiscal cliff. are you emotionally moved? do you think the nation is galvanized? >> i don't know if the nation is galvanized in the but i will be honest to my nervous about this. i view the clippers a genuine economic threat and
. it is unfounded. lou: absolutely fascinating. the right to work state, the newest is the state of michigan. if any state was emblematic of organized labor in this country, it has to be the state of michigan, moving in the direction of north carolina and 23 other states as well. this is starting to look like a serious shift historically. perhaps the entire nation becoming brightwork. >> i agree with that. i agree with that because you see 91010 states. especially michigan. lou: insurance exchanges states are deciding whether to create insurance for themselves or -- i don't know whether to call them architects are what obamacare -- these insurance exchanges are not happening. eighteen states plus washington dc are the only ones who have declared that he they will set their own exchanges under obamacare. by my math, that leaves 25. we are going to leave it up to the government. that is remarkable. >> i was proud to be part of a 26 a coalition that led the fight against this health care lawsuit to this report. we were able to carve out the ability for states to opt out. i am proud of governor nikki ha
to send two trucks, good-bye twinkie. you listen to those guys fighting in michigan and it sounds like a rally at a steel plant in 1952. listen to the language: solidarity, workers rights, fight. watching those guys makes me feel like i am in a time warp. so isn't this michigan revolution an opportunity for unions to reinvent themselves? not as the enemy of management, but an ally, is that possible? cooperate to beat the foreign competition? maybe i am a hopeless dreamer, but if the unions stay stuck in the past, their long slide to oblivion will continue. stuart: california governor jerry brown has prostate cancer. doctors say the cancer is its in early stages and the prognosis is excellent. governor brown is expected to continue a full work schedule throughout treatment. he is 74 years old. >>> why isn't the market rallying on news that the fed will pump 85 -- print 85 billion dollars a month and stick it into the economy? why isn't the market rallying? the dow is up 2. that's it. joining the company from chicago is larry levin with trading advantage. will you answer the question, pl
for being here. good times on a friday night. - big week forrganized labor a stunning defeat in michigan and the right to work a lot that part was look covered but was largely ignored was this. union members desperately a clinging to power violence violence, assault and destruction of private property. will anybody be charged? why are some looking the other way? lou dobbs joins us tonight. this infuriates you? >> at the same time we should get used to the fact that daschle liberal media will make choices that are inexplicable other than their own by as. what we watched it was conservative comedian being punched and he shows that he could take a pretty good punch but cbs, nbc left this part of the story out and so it did abc referred to the violence without specificity. they also left out democratic state representative got a little carried away and started to talk about the undue 100 years of labor progress quote-unquote there will be blood record jimmy hoffa said there will be a civil war. this is the language that would is used time and time again but completely ignored by cbs, abc, an
it in michigan, you do it in texas, somewhere else, that's not doing here. gerri:ell, i want to get you to another topic as well today, which is the federal house in administration, which is facing just an unprecedented financial problem and now sean donovan who runs the department of housing and urban development, hey, we are taking steps to try to lighten the load, but is it enough? and what is the right rescue? what is the right plan for the fha? >> actually, it is a timely question. we had the hud secretary before the banking committee yesterday. fha has over a trillion dollars in its portfolio. it is hemorrhaging billions of dollars. it has a negative worth of value right now. i am afraid it is going to be asking senate and later for a taxpayer bailout. they already have the mechanism in place to tap the treasury. i hope there won't. the sretary, i hope, will -- he has some tools at his discretion. he can run the premum of and bring in more money. he can stop the hemorrhaging that way. he can also, perhaps, what to he makes loans to. some of the loans that were made are just defaul
in michigan. more the exception than the norm. now threatening these ports and screwing things up for a lot of people who want get basi staples they're not really helping their image much. >> i think that is good poin, neil, but my friends down at the dock tell me they're stockpiling. so i don't know how much of an interruption we will see. i guess depends how long it goes on. in response to melissa's comment about automation, that is exactly why this is coming up n because technology has advanced us forward. so the ports actually have more leverage in bargaining which is why --. neil: what is wrong with that? what is wrong with that? >> i'm not saying anything wrong with that the end goal, find to have more leverage. if your end goal is to cut benefi you've been offering many decades. this union is striking first time since 1977. >> the angle is to provide cheap goods to everyone in the country. that helps people including those at t port. >> doesn't help we don't have a living wage in the united states. neil: we used to have defined pensions for folks that work and switched to 401(k). i
to think? lake michigan and all the warm air that comes that comes off the lake. it melted the snow. the surrounding states got clobbered. wisconsin had 20 inches of snow. parts of dane county and medicine. iowa, looking at depths of snow that they haven't seen since 2009. central illinois covered with snow. here in the windy city, where we have the ability to make it difficult for you to get over the river and through the woods to grandmother's house -- if you get there late come he can't blame o'hare now because things are cooking along. ashley: mike tobin, thank you, sir. more now on the fiscal cliff. how automatic spending cuts on january 2, affect defense contractors for. joining us now is charles wald, a retired four-star general. general, thank you for joining us. if nothing is done, we got the fiscal cliff. $35 billion or 10% of the defense budget will be cut. can it handle that kind of back? >> were the things that has been missed is the uncertainty over the last year. in particular, the last six months. but the the budgetary cuts have already started to take place from the
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